This is the command autopsy that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
autopsy - Autopsy Forensic Browser
autopsy [-c] [-C] [-d evid_locker ] [-i device filesystem mnt ] [-p port ] [addr]
By default, autopsy starts the Autopsy Forensic Browser server on port 9999 and and
accepts connections from the localhost. If -p port is given, then the server opens on
that port and if addr is given, then connections are only accepted from that host. When
the -i argument is given, then autopsy goes into live analysis mode.
The arguments are as follows:
Directory where cases and hosts are stored. This overrides the LOCKDIR value in
conf.pl. The path must be a full path (i.e. start with /).
-i device filesystem mnt
Specify the information for the live analysis mode. This can be specified as many
times as needed. The device field is for the raw file system device, the
filesystem field is for the file system type, and the mnt field is for the mounting
point of the file system.
TCP port for server to listen on.
addr IP address or host name of where investigator is located. If localhost is used,
then 'localhost' must be used in the URL. If you use the actual hostname or IP, it
will be rejected.
When started, the program will display a URL to paste into an HTML browser. The browser
must support frames and forms. The Autopsy Forensic Browser will allow an investigator
to analyze images generated by dd(1) for evidence. The program allows the images to be
analyzed by browsing files, blocks, inodes, or by searching the blocks. The program also
generates Autopsy reports that include collection time, investigators name, and MD5 hash
The following variables can be set in conf.pl.
When set to 1 (default is 0), the server will exit after STIMEOUT seconds of
inactivity (default is 3600). This setting is recommended if cookies are not used.
Directory where cases and forensic images are located. The images must have simple
names with only letters, numbers, '_', '-', and '.'. (See FILES).
Directory where The Sleuth Kit binaries are located.
Location of the NIST National Software Reference Library (NSRL).
Directory where Autopsy was installed.
Location of grep(1) binary.
Location of strings(1) binary.
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